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Miggy Piggy | The Best Things In Life Are Fried

They say the best things in life are fried and I agree to that, tho it may not be the best option to stay healthy haha. It's the kind of food Filipinos grown accustomed with, in any occassion you will see fried food served may it be a birthday, wedding or just a get together. Spending quality time with family or friends need good food, good thing food parks are available almost everywhere. We've found a place where we know you will enjoy, Miggy Piggy.

Here's a video we made for you guys!

Owners of Miggy Piggy started from catering to events wherein people loved their food and grew finally as a concessionaire at food parks. They have two branches as of today which is at Grub Hub and StrEat Maginhawa. Fried food is what they served since it is our comfort food and people can eat it any time of the day.

TRIVIA: They named it Miggy Piggy after one of the owners Miguel and they serve mostly pork, hence the word Piggy.

Drinks are served in a glass light bulb which looks cute and instagramable! The Iced Tea has a sweet taste to it that will make you sip more and more everytime.

The Lemonade is my favorite, it has a fresh citrusy taste to it. The best drink you can order especially on hot days! Not only will it quench your thirst but you can also take cute selfies with it.

If I can choose only three dishes from Miggy Piggy, Sloppy Fries is definitely one on the list! This thick cut fries has meat sauce on top with their own cheese sauce recipe that explodes in your mouth. I think I can finish a whole serving haha!


If you think fries are not enough then Karnegeddon is your choice. Consists of fries, honey mustard sauce, fried buns, meat sauce, fried chicken fillet with bacon! If that sounds mouthwatering then your right because this dish already has it all. The chicken and bacon gives just the right saltiness that the fries and fried bun will balance out.


Rice meals are also served for dinner time. This first dish is the Hickory Style BAEcon Belly topped with veggies and honey mustard sauce. I can say out of all the baecon rice meals this is my favorite. The sauce balances out the bacon and goes very well with the herbed rice. Serving is also good so it will surely fill your tummy. The bacon served for every rice meal is differently cooked, so this particular bacon is smoked sweet to go well with the sauce and veggies.

For the korean food lovers there, this is your dish! Oriental Style BAEcon Belly with Kimchi Salad. They do try to cater to everyone's taste and create recipes where people would enjoy the type of food they serve. The kimchi salad tho is not your usual kimchi since the cabbage is shredded but it almost has that same taste to it. The baecon here was grilled just like in a samgyupsal.

The Baecon Belly with chimichurri sauce and pickled veggies is their original one. Unlike the other baecon rice meals they made the bacon used here to be like a store bought bacon, but this is still not your ordinary bacon! All of their bacons are thick, and original. I was surprised the veggies used on top of every rice meal worked pretty good with all the recipes :)


Another dish from the rice meal is their Lechon Kawals, I tell you the meat is superb! All meat talaga, and that is what I like, although the meat has an adobo cut. Again it is topped with pickled veggies and with a side of lechon sauce.


A funny story, this is the first time they introduced this dish and they don't have a name for it yet so on the spot "finding dory" came up since it is made from dory haha cute! This is dish was made because of the lenten season wherein some people don't eat meat during that time and they still want to cater to their customers. The fish fillet is topped with teriyaki sauce which is a tad salty for me and they can still fix that, but I loved it anyways!

By far the biggest serving of nachos I've seen! And oh my can I tell you it is SO GOOD! Your regular nachos has beef and cheese but this one has veggies, their special meat sauce and cheese sauce. Tho they don't serve at streat because of competition, but you can taste this at Grub Hub.

Another new dish is the Tuna Po-Boy also for the lenten season. These tuna balls are like tuna spread rolled up to a ball that tastes like heaven. What I like about this is it's bite size and it has a spice to it. They also i corporate their special cheese sauce to anything.

Miggy Piggy is of those concessionaires I've enjoyed not just because of their food but also how they put humor into what they serve. Every dish served is made perfectly and customers will surely love and come back again.

Food - All the dishes are perfect, though they can improve with the finding dory dish. 
Price - Reasonable with the serving, actually they have a pretty generous serving of everything. You will get full with their food so no problem :)
Service - The owners were actually the ones who served the food to us, they were nice and pretty cool barkada too. 
Parking - They have a few parking spaces outside StrEat, but if slots are unavailable people can park at one side of the rode then a "boy" will be there to help you or fetch you if another driver is about to leave.
Ambiance - A cool place to hangout with friends and families, even for couples. It's not that loud since other food parks have loud music on.

Miggy Piggy
StrEat Maginhawa -- Maginhawa cor Magiting Streets UP Village
Grub Hub -- Visayas cor Congressional Avenues Quezon City, Philippines

Operating Hours:
StrEat Mon - Sun 4pm to 11pm
Grub Hub Mon - Sun 11am to 11pm

Instagram: @miggyxpiggy

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